November 30, 2012

Fantastic Four, Episode 3 - The Coming of the Submariner (1975)

The Fantastic Four Marvel Radio Series is available at Archive.org.

"... a very short-lived radio show in 1975 that adapted early Lee/Kirby stories, and is notable for casting a pre-Saturday Night Live Bill Murray as the Human Torch. Also in the cast were Bob Maxwell as Reed Richards, Cynthia Adler as Sue Storm, Jim Pappas as Ben Grimm and Jerry Terheyden as Doctor Doom. Other Marvel characters featured in the series included Ant-Man, Prince Namor, Nick Fury, and the Hulk. Stan Lee narrated the series, and the scripts were taken almost verbatim from the comic books."

Posted by the Flea at 09:48 AM

The play's the thing

Rick McGinnis reviews toy stores of Toronto.

The best toy stores in Toronto serve neighbourhoods where the children of Gen Y and late-breeding Gen X are being painstakingly raised by parents who've read the books and websites and strive to fill their nurseries and playrooms with toys that are sturdy, attractive and educational, in varying ratios. It's where the dolls come in every colour, the choking hazards are kept on the high shelves, and toy guns are nowhere to be seen.
Posted by the Flea at 09:47 AM

They've got an Ark in the back there somewhere, presumably

Inside Amazon.

Posted by the Flea at 09:44 AM

Hyuna - Bubble Pop!

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November 29, 2012

Can you speak Venusian?

From Patrick Moore's One Pair of Eyes (1969).

Posted by the Flea at 07:58 AM

Copiale Cipher

"It was actually an accident that brought to light the symbolic 'sight-restoring' ritual. The decoding effort started as a sort of game between two friends that eventually engulfed a team of experts in disciplines ranging from machine translation to intellectual history."

Posted by the Flea at 07:57 AM

Map of Refractoria

"Artist Jeffrey Beebe's website dedicated to his autobiographical/imaginary world called Refractoria; the website features dozens hand-drawn geopolitical maps, city maps, celestial charts, genealogical charts, etc. profoundly influenced by OD&D/AD&D 1st Edition and various fantasy maps."

Posted by the Flea at 07:54 AM

With trembling pseudopods

Rork Glanf tore away the Earth-Girl's space-suit.

Posted by the Flea at 07:53 AM

Jane Birkin - Di Doo Dah (1973)

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November 28, 2012

How To Tie a Bow Tie (Most Helpful Version)

Posted by the Flea at 08:48 AM

Paging Blake to the Satanic mill phone

"As W.H. Auden, one of the most influential poets of the 20th century, once said, 'One cannot walk through an assembly factory and not feel that one is in Hell.' These days you’re more likely to find the cavernous concrete foundries of a bygone industrial era chock full of Eames chairs and ironic art."

Posted by the Flea at 08:47 AM

And a confused troll

"Like a dreamy setting straight out of a fairytale, Marseille-based artist Olivier Grossetête's delicate bridge floats over a pond, suspended by a trio of surreally inspired giant white balloons."

Posted by the Flea at 08:44 AM

Elon of Mars

"Elon Musk, the entrepreneur who co-founded Tesla Motors and Paypal, has been doing some serious planning for his next big venture: his future dominion on Mars."

Posted by the Flea at 08:43 AM

Grace Jones - Pull Up To The Bumper (Live Jools Holland 2008)

Posted by the Flea at 08:42 AM

November 27, 2012

Sanskrit Village - Jhiri, Madhya Pradesh

"Jhiri comes under Rajgarh district of Madhya Pradesh. Total population of the village is 976 and all the people including small children, women, elder people, school-going children, literate and illiterate speak fluently in Sanskrit. Samskrit Bharati had started conducting Samskrit Sambhashan camps in the village in 2002 through an activist Vimla Tewari. She had come here only for one year. But in that one year she developed so much interest of the villagers to the divine language that everybody in the village turned to learn Sanskrit."

Hat tip to Alexei.

Posted by the Flea at 09:28 AM

The Sanskritisation of life

"Prem Narayan Chauhan pats his oxen, pushing them to go a little faster. Ziighrataram, ziighrataram chalanti, he urges them. The animals respond to their master’s call, picking up pace on the muddy path that leads to his 10-acre cornfield. Chauhan, 35, dropped out of school early, after Class II. He does not consider it remarkable that he speaks what is considered a dying language (or that his oxen respond to it).

"For him, Sanskrit is not a devabhasha, the language of the gods, but one rooted in the commonplace, in the ebb and flow of everyday life in Jhiri, the remote hamlet in Madhya Pradesh, where he lives. Mutterings under banyan trees, chit-chat in verandahs, pleasantries on village paths, disputes in the panchayat — in Jhiri, it’s all in Sanskrit."

Posted by the Flea at 09:27 AM

Sanskrit thriving in British schools

Posted by the Flea at 09:24 AM

Vayam Atra

Mukhda: It is indeed a good fortune (punyam) to have been born to this land - a land so holy, its sentiment so pure.
Antara 1: To be born to this land is not easily attainable by everyone. Those born here can attain godliness. Without any expectation of returns, those born to this land work righteously and dutifully.
Antara 2: There are no differences amongst us in our being or in our sentiment. We unify all religions and, we walk and speak together as one.

Posted by the Flea at 09:22 AM

November 26, 2012

Neil Gaiman Addresses the University of the Arts Class of 2012

Neil Gaiman Addresses the University of the Arts Class of 2012

Given that the man did not attend university, and didn't need to, he has excellent advice of general application; perhaps most especially for a room full of enthusiastic young people seeking a career in the arts and managing a small mountain student debt.

Posted by the Flea at 04:29 AM

Bryce Bayer, RIP

"Bayer's work with Kodak left an indelible mark on almost every digital image you see today, both figuratively, and literally. His eponymous color filter, developed in 1976, used a mosaic layout of red green and blue filters that enables light sensors to create full color images. The design imitates the way the human eye perceives color, with twice as much green as red or blue, and the resulting output is then interpreted with "demosaicing" algorithms to produce an accurate, RGB image."

Posted by the Flea at 04:28 AM

Penitentiary industrial complex

"The US has five times the population of the United Kingdom but 40 times the number in prison. This fact alone ought to invalidate the monstrously inequable extradition treaty between Britain and the States. It is quite obvious that a person we extradite to America cannot expect the level of justice we take for granted here."

Posted by the Flea at 04:27 AM

Derbys vs Oxfords

"As the modern office gets less formal when it comes to men’s clothing, does it really matter if you struggle to tell the difference between the two styles of men’s shoes, The Derby and Oxford? To the modern gentleman, it matters a great deal."

Posted by the Flea at 04:24 AM

The Rolling Stones - Doom And Gloom

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November 25, 2012


Radio Eris is an algorithmically generated audio stream that will broadcast for 15 days from 23rd November 2012, and then shut down for good.

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November 24, 2012

Even front-row seats near the blackboard or a post as class monitor are up for sale

This does not represent my experience. On Monday, I am going to start auctioning off front row seats.

Posted by the Flea at 09:27 AM


Chand Baori, in Abhaneri, and Bundi, Rajasthan.

Posted by the Flea at 09:24 AM

Stephen Fry on American vs British Comedy

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Laura Wright - The Last Rose Of Summer

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November 23, 2012

Koei Industry - Osaka Station water display

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Sandy Island

Australian scientists have undiscovered an island in the Pacific. Fortunately, it's French.

Posted by the Flea at 08:54 AM

The Twinkie Curtain descends

"From the deplorably parochial coverage in the U.S. media, you’d almost get the impression that those iconic American delicacies of Twinkies and Wonder Bread have ceased production. That’s not true. They’ve just ceased production for Americans."

Posted by the Flea at 08:53 AM

氷川神社 ベビーカステラ 三島屋 職人芸

Mini-donut mastery: Samurai level.

Posted by the Flea at 08:52 AM

Lemaitre - Blue Shift

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November 22, 2012

Dumb Ways to Die

Posted by the Flea at 07:11 AM

The dictatorship of fashion

The existence of youth subcultures in the Soviet Union demonstrates two things: On one level, finding punks and metalheads in the Soviet Union - or jazz fans, fedoras and A-line dresses in an earlier era - shows that whatever the political differences of the day, it is culture that matters.

And on another rather more obvious level, it shows that the erstaz rebellion of punk and metal was a matter of perfect indifference to the authorities. For all the posing, youth style tribes are about fashion, looking cool and getting laid, and not about changing anything.

Posted by the Flea at 07:07 AM

Hybrid Holism

 What’s new from the mind of Iris Van Herpen.

Posted by the Flea at 07:04 AM

A new hope

Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinberg have agreed to write installments of the new Star Wars trilogy, writing either Episode 8 or Episode 9.

Kasdan's already got some serious credentials under his belt: he previously co-wrote The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and Raiders of the Lost Ark. Kasdan's counterpart Kinberg has written titles including X-Men: The Last Stand, Sherlock Holmes, and Jumper.
Posted by the Flea at 07:03 AM

Wonder Girls (원더걸스) - Like this

Hat tip to Mr. Percifield

Posted by the Flea at 07:02 AM

November 21, 2012

Carl Sagan - The Frontier is Everywhere

Terraqueous related: Because this is the only other instance of the word that comes to mind.

From my experience I cannot doubt but that man, when lost to terrestrial consciousness, is indeed sojourning in another and uncorporeal life of far different nature from the life we know, and of which only the slightest and most indistinct memories linger after waking. From those blurred and fragmentary memories we may infer much, yet prove little. We may guess that in dreams life, matter, and vitality, as the earth knows such things, are not necessarily constant; and that time and space do not exist as our waking selves comprehend them. Sometimes I believe that this less material life is our truer life, and that our vain presence on the terraqueous globe is itself the secondary or merely virtual phenomenon.
- H.P. Lovecraft, Beyond the Wall of Sleep (1919)
Posted by the Flea at 09:28 AM

Olfactory white

The nasal equivalent of white noise,

In a series of experiments, they exposed participants to hundreds of equally mixed smells, some containing as few as one compound and others containing up to 43 components. They first had 56 participants compare mixtures of the same number of compounds with one another. For example, a person might compare a 40-compound mixture with a 40-compound mixture, neither of which had any components in common.

This experiment revealed that the more components in a mixture, the worse participants were at telling them apart. A four-component mixture smells less similar to other four-component mixtures than a 43-component mixture smells to other 43-component mixtures.
Posted by the Flea at 09:27 AM

Walt Disney + Salvador Dali = Destino

"Destino dates from a late 1940s collaboration between Walt Disney and Salvador Dali that was abandoned then resurrected 56 years later. About seven minutes in length and set to a Spanish ballad by Armando Dominguez, Destino is about love lost and rediscovered, full of surreal transformations. Animated by Dominique Monfery at Disney's Paris studio, the short features five original Dali paintings as backgrounds. unlike the other video available on youtube, this one contains the original soundtrack to he movie."

Posted by the Flea at 09:24 AM

Com Truise - Colorvision

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November 20, 2012

BBC Newsnight - Possession, Jinn and Britain's Backstreet Exorcists

"UK health and social workers and those in the criminal justice system are increasingly having to understand belief in spiritual possession among ethnic minorities, with new research highlighting a particular issue with some sections of the British Asian community blaming mental health problems on the supernatural."

Posted by the Flea at 09:48 AM

The English Leonardo

"Not only did Sir George Cayley draw an aeroplane design almost a century before the first one was built - but he also imagined the bicycle wheel, the tank and a prosthetic hand."

Posted by the Flea at 09:47 AM

Ross Marquand - Screen test

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Mumford & Sons - I Will Wait

Posted by the Flea at 09:42 AM

November 19, 2012

Fritz Lang - The Nibelungen Saga (1924)

"Siegfried and Kriemhild's Revenge by Fritz Lang finally presented as one complete epic. Revolutionary film-making in its time and regarded as one of the most important silent films to this day.

"The films are presented in their most complete and uncut form (142 & 148 min. respectively), and were restored by the Munich Film Archive featuring the original 1924 orchestral score newly recorded. Part II starts at 2:22:22"

Die Nibelungen is a series of two silent fantasy films created by Austrian director Fritz Lang in 1924: Die Nibelungen: Siegfried and Die Nibelungen: Kriemhild's Revenge.

Both films were co-written by Lang's then-wife Thea von Harbou, based upon the epic poem Nibelungenlied written around 1200 AD. Siegfried was released in the U.S. on 23 August 1925, premiering at the Century Theatre in New York City in the short-lived Phonofilm sound-on-film process. Kriemhild's Revenge was released in the U.S. in 1928.
Posted by the Flea at 05:48 AM

Resilience Maps

"Simple Critical Infrastructure Maps is a Creative Commons licenced mapping and analysis tool for evaluating personal and social resilience. It is intended to be used for planning, and is simple enough to learn during a crisis to facilitate cooperation and effective response."

Via Warren Ellis.

Posted by the Flea at 05:47 AM

Meanwhile, in Finland

Forging a knife from raw river ore.

Posted by the Flea at 05:44 AM

Christopher Cross - Ride Like the Wind

Posted by the Flea at 05:42 AM

November 17, 2012

Berndnaut Smilde makes clouds

"Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde makes real clouds form inside of empty rooms! He uses a fog machine and carefully adjusts the temperature and humidity to produce clouds just long enough to photograph."

Posted by the Flea at 09:48 AM

Apple now owns the "page turn" effect

Also, glass staircases.

If you want to know just how broken the patent system is, just look at patent D670,713, filed by Apple and approved this week by the United States Patent Office.

This design patent, titled, “Display screen or portion thereof with animated graphical user interface,” gives Apple the exclusive rights to the page turn in an e-reader application.

Yes, that’s right. Apple now owns the page turn. You know, as when you turn a page with your hand. An “interface” that has been around for hundreds of years in physical form. I swear I’ve seen similar animation in Disney or Warner Brothers cartoons.
Posted by the Flea at 09:47 AM

I've got a... good... feeling about this?

According to the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, Disney plans to put out two to three Star Wars-related movies every year.

Posted by the Flea at 09:44 AM

Dynamic D*Haus

"Inspired by geometry, mathematic formulas, and more than likely a childhood adoration of tangrams, UK designers David Ben Grünberg and Daniel Woolfsonat of the firm D*Haus have dreamed up some crazy renderings of a home that folds up, and not in the way tiny New York apartments do, either."

Posted by the Flea at 09:43 AM

Nomad - Time will not return

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November 16, 2012

BBC The Viking Sagas (2011)

Posted by the Flea at 08:48 AM

“And maybe if I had a camel-portable solar array, I could...”

"THAT guy is part of the .01%. A crazy. An outlier. A brother. A dreamer of dreams."

Now if you're Bedouin who thinks to himself: “If I could only turn my camel dung into methanol, then I could power a generator and get 420 channels of cable way out in the Negev. Then I could stop working in an orange grove, being kept awake at night by my neighbor's constant fighting, and having to pay ridiculous gas prices for my moped. I could get back to the business of living how a Bedouin ought to live. Only better, because I would have the Food Network.”

"So here we are in our books..."

Posted by the Flea at 08:47 AM

Try a fly next

"Physicists have teleported quantum information from one ensemble of atoms to another 150 metres away, a demonstration that paves the way towards quantum routers and a quantum Internet."

Posted by the Flea at 08:44 AM

Smoke Belcher

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Fujiya & Miyagi - Uh!

Posted by the Flea at 08:42 AM

November 15, 2012

Sunrise, sunset

"Throughout the few weeks I spent in Yunan, I really wanted to see this fantastic landscape."

Posted by the Flea at 09:48 AM

Thar she blows

Great white whale sighted.

Posted by the Flea at 09:47 AM

Worst restaurant review?


Posted by the Flea at 09:44 AM

Bjӧrk - Mutual Core

Hat tip to Mr. Percifield.

Posted by the Flea at 09:42 AM

November 13, 2012

Cristiano Ronaldo - Tested To The Limit

Posted by the Flea at 05:48 AM

Joanna Lumley's weight loss secret

Eat less.

Posted by the Flea at 05:47 AM

How to Break Out of Zip Ties

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Grimes - Oblivion

Grimes 'Oblivion' from Somesuch & Co. on Vimeo.

Hat tip to Mr. Percifield.

Posted by the Flea at 05:42 AM

November 12, 2012

Paper prototype demonstration

Posted by the Flea at 05:28 AM

A zoom with a view

The Landscape Photographer of The Year 2012 (LPOTY) competition has announced its winner. There was a bit of a to do about photo manipulation in excess of what the rules allow.

Posted by the Flea at 05:27 AM

I've got a bad feeling about this

Lucasfilm has confirmed that Toy Story 3 and Little Miss Sunshine writer Michael Arndt would be writing the script for Star Wars Episode VII.

Posted by the Flea at 05:24 AM

Midlake - Winter Dies

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November 10, 2012

Ruggero Raimondi - Tosca "Tre Sbirri, Una Carrozza/Te Deum"

Benoit Jacquot's Tosca (2001)

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Bryn Terfel - Tosca "Tre Sbirri, Una Carrozza/Te Deum"

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Ruggero Raimondi - Tosca "Tre Sbirri, Una Carrozza/Te Deum"

Arena di Verona (2006)

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George Gagnidze - Tosca "Tre Sbirri, Una Carrozza/Te Deum"

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Gidon Saks - Tosca "Tre Sbirri, Una Carrozza/Te Deum"

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Tito Gobbi - Tosca "Tre Sbirri, Una Carrozza/Te Deum"

Posted by the Flea at 08:44 AM

Puccini - Tosca (2011)

Giacomo Puccini: Tosca [Royal Opera House, 2011] - Gheorghiu, Kaufmann, Terfel

"Tosca (Italian pronunciation: [ˈtɔska]) is an opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. It premiered at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome on 14 January 1900. The work, based on Victorien Sardou's 1887 French-language dramatic play, La Tosca, is a melodramatic piece set in Rome in June 1800, with the Kingdom of Naples's control of Rome threatened by Napoleon's invasion of Italy. It contains depictions of torture, murder and suicide, yet also includes some of Puccini's best-known lyrical arias, and has inspired memorable performances from many of opera's leading singers."

Posted by the Flea at 08:42 AM

November 09, 2012

Just once, a mullet

Jesus was most likely not a long hair.

Pagan gods who were associated with water, like Neptune, often had long-flowing hair that merged with the water itself in statues and paintings. Ancient cities built at the confluence of waterways had their own local river gods who were similarly depicted. Jesus, too, had a relationship with water. He walked on water, he turned water into wine, and, in early paintings, he’s often shown above the four rivers of paradise. Early Christians might have favored the long-haired Jesus because they identified that hairstyle with water gods.
Posted by the Flea at 07:14 AM

Adventures in synaesthesia

Richard Feynman, Vladimir Nabokov, David Hockney. What do these famous figures have in common? They are all synaesthetes.

Posted by the Flea at 07:04 AM

Featuring a retro dock connector

Loving this iPhone Gramophone.

Posted by the Flea at 07:03 AM

Tycho - Dictaphone's Lament

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November 08, 2012

We Love Russia Compilation, August 2012

Posted by the Flea at 08:28 AM

Meanwhile, in 1986

At Topgun today, there's a $5 fine for anyone on staff who references or quotes the movie.

Posted by the Flea at 08:27 AM

Cane Toad Road

I may need to move to Australia.

Posted by the Flea at 08:23 AM

Jessica Jarrell & James Alan - Call Me Maybe / Payphone

Posted by the Flea at 08:22 AM

November 07, 2012

A Discourse on the Moral Effects of the Arts and Sciences (1750)

Sovereigns always see with pleasure a taste for the arts of amusement and superfluity, which do not result in the exportation of bullion, increase among their subjects. They very well know that, besides nourishing that littleness of mind which is proper to slavery, the increase of artificial wants only binds so many more chains upon the people. Alexander, wishing to keep the Ichthyophages in a state of dependence, compelled them to give up fishing, and subsist on the customary food of civilised nations. The American savages, who go naked, and live entirely on the products of the chase, have been always impossible to subdue. What yoke, indeed, can be imposed on men who stand in need of nothing?

- Jean Jacques Rousseau. A Discourse on the Moral Effects of the Arts and Sciences - The First Part, Note 1

Posted by the Flea at 06:28 AM

2012 Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year

"The coveted first place title went to Canadian Paul Nicklen for his photo of emperor penguins swimming near a frozen area of the Ross Sea, Antarctica. To capture the image, Paul had to lower himself into the water through the only exit hole, remaining motionless as he breathed through a snorkel careful not to scare away any penguins that arrived."

Posted by the Flea at 06:27 AM

Mr. Slicker and the Egg Robbers

“Why don’t you do a continuity of Mickey trying to commit suicide," Walt Disney told Floyd Gottfredson. “I think it will be funny.”

Posted by the Flea at 06:24 AM

Leaether Strip feat. Unter Null - Don't you want me

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November 06, 2012

Presidential Debate 2012

Posted by the Flea at 11:08 AM

Still scruffy looking

Harrison Ford would like to reprise his role as Han Solo. So, no matter how everything else turns out today, good news.

“Harrison is open to the idea of doing the movie and he’s upbeat about it, all three of them are,” said one highly placed source, referring to Ford, Mark Hamill, and Carrie Fisher, the trio that made a hyper-speed jump to global fame on May 25, 1977, the opening night for George Lucas’s original Star Wars film.

But let's not go overboard with this.

Posted by the Flea at 11:07 AM

Sorites paradox

How many grains of sand can you remove from a heap of sand before it stops being a heap?

Posted by the Flea at 11:04 AM

BioLite CampStove

A wood powered stove that will charge your iPhone.

Posted by the Flea at 11:03 AM

Phutureprimitive - Luminous

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November 05, 2012

An Unexpected Briefing

Posted by the Flea at 05:52 AM

Unfinished business

You say the British have invaded nine out of ten countries. I say we have twenty-two to go.

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Glen Phillips - The Hole

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November 03, 2012

Sandy aftermath

Lisa Kravchenko is my hero.

Posted by the Flea at 08:48 AM

Shert Nebti

The tomb of a an Egyptian princess has been discovered near Cairo after resting undisturbed for 4500 years. Just in time for it and its contents to be hammered into oblivion by Puritan crazies. Congratulations, archaeology!

Posted by the Flea at 08:47 AM

Avedis Zildjian

"The Avedis Zildjian Company is a cymbal manufacturer founded in Istanbul by Armenian Avedis Zildjian in the 17th century during the Ottoman Empire. At nearly 400 years old, Zildjian is one of the oldest companies in the world."

Posted by the Flea at 08:44 AM

No Doubt - Looking Hot (acoustic)

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November 02, 2012

The letter reaches its destination

The remains of a heroic World War II carrier pigeon, have been discovered in a chimney in Surrey. Work has begun at Bletchley Park and GCHQ to decode its message; hopefully, not time critical.

Pigeons at war: The Air Ministry Pigeon Section, memorialized at Bletchley Park..

For gallantry: Thirty two pigeons were decorated during the War with the Dickin Medal, the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross.

Posted by the Flea at 08:48 AM

Movember, a history

A fine Iron Age moustache.

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For your edification: 80 Daenyris Targaryen costumes from Halloween, 2012 culled from Instagram, Twitter and Reddit.

Posted by the Flea at 08:44 AM

Iron and Wine - Boy with a Coin

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November 01, 2012

Godzilla, King of the Monsters

I can't be the only one who was a little disappointed civilization didn't collapse a couple nights ago.

Posted by the Flea at 12:08 PM

The good old days

The foundations of a huge Anglo-Saxon feasting hall have been discovered under a village green in Kent.

Posted by the Flea at 12:07 PM

A new hope

Understanding George Lucas.

... here’s the first step I’d like you to take before we go any further: banish from your head any assumption that George Lucas even likes Star Wars. Assume, for the sake of argument, that he doesn’t like it at all.
Posted by the Flea at 12:04 PM

Dracula Lewis - Marble Eyez

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